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    Default Turtle

    Is it good? I've got a bunch of big snapping turtles in my ponds and I was needing a good reason to get them out.

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    good luck cleaning one...i had a hard time

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    Easy to clean just takes time and well worth the trouble

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    sounds like a great job.for turtle man he the best

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    Simple! Go to Walmart and get you you some 100 test pound trot line or higher and some good trot line hooks! Gig you some frogs and put them on the hooks make sure the frogs are dead cause they will swim back to the bank, The next morning you should have you some turtles! Wish you the best of luck
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    raw pork rinds soaked in chicken blood always worked great for me. Chicken hearts and gizzards too. Take the time to clean one and you won't regret it.
    Last edited by bgkyarcher; 06-22-2012 at 07:04 PM.

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    Turtle man to the rescue

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    Quote Originally Posted by deerhunter24 View Post
    Turtle man to the rescue
    That rite their is funny i dont care who you are!
    '' If heaven ain't a lot like Kentucky, I don't wanna go, Just send me to hell or New York city it would be about the same to me "

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    Catch some bluegill, dry them out, 2/0 limerick hook, #24 twisted nylon twine, best turtle bait.. Easy to clean, cut around the shell, bust the nek and tail joint with a small hatchet, skin out each piece, neck is the best...

    Fry in favorite chicken breading, then steam for an hour or so in oven on 250 degrees... Yum yum!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CSS archer View Post
    .. Easy to clean, ..., skin out each piece, neck is the best...
    You make it sound so easy.

    I've cleaned my last one. It's delicious stuff but peeling that hide is next to impossible.
    'But I would rather have it bent and dull and know I had to put it on the grindstone again and hammer it into shape and put a whetstone to it, and know that I had something to write about, than to have it bright and shining and nothing to say, or smooth and well-oiled in the closet, but unused.
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